What happens when you speak Spanish with a Japanese accent?

There are a lot of cognates in the ways the consonants and vowels are pronounced but I do not mean these two languages are similar because they’re not. Spanish isn’t Japanese and Japanese isn’t Spanish. They’re totally unrelated and have different spelling and grammar rules but the vowels only make the non-difference. So if I can speak Japanese and learn to speak Spanish with a Japanese accent, will I still be heard? And when I say heard, I mean understood.

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